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Arthur O. Weber


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Arthur O. Weber Obituary
November 1, 1927 - March 2, 2017 Arthur "Art" O. Weber of Palos Verdes, CA, passed away peacefully at Little Company of Mary Hospital on March 2, 2017, at the age of 89. Art, son of Judge Arthur A. Weber and Teacher Sophia "Bya" M. Weber, niece to Colonel Griffith Griffith, donor of Griffith Park, grew up in Santa Monica, CA in his first childhood home called Miramar (now: Villa Aurora). He married his high school sweetheart, Kay Shutt Weber, with whom he had four children: Griff, Bya, Kate, and Vince. 37 years ago, he remarried Ingelise "Lise" Falmer Weber, with two children: Marianne and Joseph. Art graduated Stanford University Medical School in 1952. He was Chief of Staff and Chief of Surgery at Little Co. of Mary and a faculty member for both Stanford and UCLA. Tennis was a lifelong hobby which provided him hours of social interaction and exercise and was one of the founding members of the PV Tennis Club. He was a voracious reader with an incredible ability to recall and pull facts and insights. He loved hunting and fishing, trips. He always loved nature too, beginning with his treks as a boy in the Santa Monica Mountains, many camping trips, both in tents and his beloved Scamp trailer, in which he and Lise traveled across the country several times. Art was enthusiastic about ideas and loved to make things. Art loved traveling to and living in new places (the US, Mexico, Canada, Central America, Europe, Africa and Asia). He always jumped in and invented his "own way" on art projects, cooking, home improvement, and repair. He loved to share with others what he was making, explain its meaning, and often making gifts of those projects. He also loved working in 3D with sculptures and mobiles. His wonderful sense of humor, hospitality, and charisma made visiting a pleasure. He wanted to pack it all in, experience and do everything¿which he did. He is survived by his wife, Ingelise F. Weber; six children, fifteen grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Memorial Services will be held on Sunday, March 19th, 2017 At Wayfarers Chapel Rancho Palos Verdes At 2:00 p.m.
Published in the Los Angeles Times from Mar. 10 to Mar. 11, 2017
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